- having nodules.
Also nod·u·lose [noj-uh-lohs, nod-yuh-, noj-uh-lohs, nod-yuh-] /ˈnɒdʒ əˌloʊs, ˈnɒd yə-, ˌnɒdʒ əˈloʊs, ˌnɒd yə-/.
Origin of nodulous
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Examples from the Web for nodulous
Shell with nodulous plaits; the spire finely striated; inner lip thickened and reflected, and obtusely pointed above.Zoological Illustrations, Volume I
The match flamed, but went out before he could light the nodulous candle she proffered.Sinister Street, vol. 2
Between these nodulous carin are elevated lines, and the base is very strongly striated.